OneTigris LiFE with Matt aka CommonFamilySurvival
Matt Randal, one of our OneTigris LiFE Ambassadors, is an experienced tactical gear user of 20+ years, who spends most his time on gear testing and reviewing through camping,hiking,ATV riding, Kayaking, survival/bushcrafting, prepping/bugging out skills.
In 2018, he collaborated with the OneTigris forum 1TG.onetigris.com, and cr
Hey OneTigris Tribe, I don’t know how many of you knew this but we’re a 500,000-person strong worldwide audience of dedicated tactical aficionados, real gear enthusiasts, and animal lovers who share a passion for the very best in great gear. To all my new friends around the world let me wish you a warm hello and a hearty welcome to this blog. I look forward to getting to know you as a result of this process so please leave me feedback in the comments section.
I’ve enjoyed hearing from a few of you in response to last month’s edition. I received the most requests for an in-depth explanation of how we stock a trauma kit for field use. This is a description of what we use in many ju
Interesting fact: They love water and snow, and most litters are born in the winter.
The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog is nicknamed “wolfdog” and it is essentially that, a rather controversial hybrid between a German Shepherd Dog and a wolf. Now, would it make a good house pet? We can’t be sure, but it definitely is a hell of an ambassador for a tactical gear brand!
BigLenny’s Small EDC - E Kit:
For pure versatility, multiple carrying options and small overall footprint I use my OneTigris Modified SP Clawhammer Sling Bag for BigLenny’s Small EDC –E Kit.
In the Front zippered pouch I keep a Pen & Notepad, extra Leash, XL stainless steel Carabiner, roll of Doggy Bags, Knife, and Multi-Tool with Flashlight & Compass. Carrying an extra Leash is a good idea for several reasons.